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WHS Boys’ Basketball Team 57 Jefferson 45

January 19, 2018

Daniel Fuller
Daniel Fuller
Roberto Navejas
Roberto Navejas
James Dedrick
James Dedrick

Pictures courtesy of Bob Mischka – for extensive picture gallery 
Whitewater boys’ basketball picked up another tough win at home. Jefferson forced Whitewater in to 9 first half turnovers and led at half time 24-19. Whitewater came out in the second half and mixed up their defense and held Jefferson to 20 points in the second half while pulling away for a 57-45 victory. Leading the way for Whitewater was Daniel Fuller with 17 points followed by Roberto Navejas with 13, Bryce Parrish with 12, Dylan Pease, off the bench with 7 points and several steals, rounded out by Ben Kloskey with 6 points. Whitewater did not go deep in their bench as Navejas played the entire game and James Dedrick had another stellar defensive outing. The boys travel to Beloit Turner on Tuesday for their next game. Jefferson was led by Monogue with 20 points off 4 three point makes and Peterson with 13 points off 4 three point makes as well. (Steve Shears)

Whitewater has won five games in a row and are at 7-6 overall and at 5-5 in the conference.

The No. 2 UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team was defeated by UW-Stevens Point, 75-69, in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletics Conference matchup Wednesday night.

January 18, 2018

Junior guard Mitchell Pfeifer (Wales, WI/Kettle Moraine) - 13 points.
Junior guard Mitchell Pfeifer (Wales, WI/Kettle Moraine) – 13 points.
Junior guard Andre Brown (Kenosha, WI/Indian Trail) - 13 points.
Junior guard Andre Brown (Kenosha, WI/Indian Trail) – 13 points.
Junior guard David Sachs (Highland Park, IL/Highland Park) - 13 points
Junior guard David Sachs (Highland Park, IL/Highland Park) – 13 points

Pictures by Peter Mischka courtesy of Bob Mischka – for extensive picture gallery 

With 8:24 remaining in the game, Sachs finished a layup and gave the Warhawks the lead 56-55, but UW-Stevens Point answered with a 14-3 run and never trailed despite a pair of late 3-pointers by senior guard Jerry Ngobi (Janesville, WI/Janesville Craig). 

UW-Whitewater continues play Saturday, Jan. 20, in a conference matchup at UW-La Crosse at 5 p.m. 

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Box score 

The No. 14 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater women’s basketball team outscored UW-Stevens Point 42-14 in the second half Wednesday night on its way to a 67-43 triumph in a Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference showdown in Stevens Point.

January 18, 2018
Junior forward Olivia Freckmann (Milwaukee, W/Pius XI) registered a career-high 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting to go along with 10 rebounds, including five offensive boards, to post her third career double-double.
Senior guard Brooke Trewyn (Whitewater, WI) added 14 points and five assists.
Senior forward Andrea Meinert (West Bend, WI/Kettle Moraine Lutheran) added 14 points and collected five rebounds, two blocks and two steals.

The Warhawks tallied the first 17 points of the fourth quarter to put the game out of reach. Freckmann registered eight points during the run.

UW-Whitewater finished with a 44-14 advantage on points in the paint.

The Warhawks host UW-La Crosse Saturday at 3 p.m. on Alumni Day at Kachel Gymnasium. As part of the celebration, UW-Whitewater will recognize the 10th anniversary of its 2008 Final Four run. Members of the team will be recognized at halftime of the contest.

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Box score 

WHS Girls’ Basketball 44 Beloit Turner 31

January 17, 2018
Abby Grosinske led with 13 points.  (Photo courtesy of Bob Mischka)

Coach Judy Harms: “After a sluggish first half, Whippets pull out a win over Beloit Turner 44-31. Whippets only connected for 9 first half points, missing a bundle of lay-ups, and playing a bit out of sync. It didn’t help that we haven’t had a game for 10 days, mixed in a week of exams, guess you could say it was a wakeup call before matching up against McFarland this Friday. Whippets went 1-9 from the charity stripe, but finished strong sinking 12 of 14 free throws the majority of the 2nd half. Three players ended in double figures, Abby Grosinske 13, Allison Heckert 10, and Miranda Reynolds 10.”

Whitewater score by halves: 9-35=44
Beloit Turner by halves:12-19 = 31

JV1 – BT won and JV2 – BT won

 

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